How strange it is to be anything at all.

How strange it is to be anything at all.


"The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies."
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hey bro…u awake? can i hold your hand…..i had a nightmare

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i saw the cute ASL boy today and he looks way cuter than when i last saw him 3 months ago and its really difficult flirting in another language

— 43 minutes ago with 1 note
#but the way he smiles is so adorable 


how to tell i am comfortable talking to you:

  • i say things that make zero sense
  • i say the random things that come to mind
  • i act like a complete idiot when talking to you
  • i use dumb emoticons 

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"I’ve become one of those people who sits on a park bench alone.. all while despising every soul who passes by.. all while praying not to be left alone."
this is who I’ve always been (via black—lamb)
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A pair of D-cup breasts weighs between 15 and 23 pounds—the equivalent of carrying around two small turkeys.

Basically all you tiny boobed people wishing they were bigger.. No you don’t.

I hope this is true because it’s strangely comforting.

yYES I know I’m only 21 but I have a lot of lower back pain, maybe because I’m carrying around two small turkeys all the time



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#remember this when you feel bad about yourself 


going through life like green day went through eye of the tiger

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Went kayaking with my girlfriend and we made the cutest friend!

excuse me WHY are his hands up i cant handle this



Went kayaking with my girlfriend and we made the cutest friend!

excuse me WHY are his hands up i cant handle this

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30 Days of Daniel Radcliffe - Day 15: Anything of your choice

↳ Daniel Radcliffe’s first screen-test for Harry Potter

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Jon Stewart Goes After Fox in Powerful Ferguson Monologue

a little true story for you about racism in the workplace

my mother was once disciplined at her work for racist disciplinary practices- she was a manager at Macy’s for years, and she was writing up and disciplining her black employees much harsher than her white employees. But it wasn’t blatant, it was a trend in her actions and my mother denied it (and was outwardly furious that anybody would ever dare accuse her of being racist to her employees), so in the end nothing was really done and her black employees just had to deal with the crap my mother gave them.

Except I know, because I’m her daughter, that privately? My mother is racist as HELL. When I was eight years old she refused to let me go to my girlfriend’s birthday party, I begged her until I cried, but she said I couldn’t go ‘because she’s black’. She used to tear up drawings I did (like when I was little-little, in crayon) that had black people in them and throw them in the trash, because she ‘didn’t want black faces in her house’. And when I got to high school she drove me out into the woods one day and said if I ever got pregnant with a black baby she’d bury me out there.

So yeah, my mother worked for years in management and in all likelihood? Did everything she could to make the lives of anyone under her who wasn’t white a living hell, and she was smart enough about it that she only ever got close to getting caught once. But I have NO doubt she ruined countless people’s lives. And I’m sure there are lots of people out there just like her.

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"My problem was that no one ever needed me as much as I needed them."
(58/365) by (KJ)

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like 99% of comedians, esp Internet Funnymen, care more about the Sanctity Of Comedy and their personal image than they do about other people

the idea that there are some things not worth joking about is so alien and terrifying to them that they’d rather make excuses and…

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"She’ll deny it, but in high school she was fantastic on a pair of roller blades. She could’ve been a body double in Hackers (an amazing movie with Angelina Jolie from the ’90s)."
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BREAKING: Recording captured shots fired at Michael Brown, lawyer says : News →



Six or seven shots. A three-second pause. Four more shots. 

An audio file obtained by the Post-Dispatch on Tuesday is believed to have captured the shooting of Michael Brown Jr.

If authenticated, it would be the first recording of the actual incident to have surfaced since Brown’s death on Aug. 9. 

Lawyer Lopa Blumenthal said her client, who lives in the apartment complex where Brown was killed, captured the shooting while recording a video text message to a friend.

Blumenthal said the man who made the recording did not want to be named. She said he came forward reluctantly and feared for his safety. 

The FBI interviewed him for about an hour and a half on Monday, she said. 

A private autopsy showed Brown was shot six times, but did not reveal the number of times Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson fired his weapon.

The shooting has sparked nightly demonstrations and attracted world wide media attention.

Blumenthal said sympathizers to both Brown and Wilson have contacted her saying that the three second pause bolsters their cases.  

But Blumenthal said she thought the recording was important. 

"There was a pause," she said,"and to me a pause means time to think and contemplate." 

Blumenthal would not reveal her client’s name or the exact location of his residence, except to say it was in the Canfield Green apartment complex in close proximity to the shooting.

Nor would she give out the name of the person who received the video. 

But she said she was certain the recording is authentic. 

"I’m 100 percent positive this is accurate," she said. "He is not doing this for the publicity. He has no motivation to lie." 

To listen to the audio recording [TW: GRAPHIC CONTENT], click here.

Source: Stephen Deere & David Hunn for The St. Louis Dispatch


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